VIDEO: Disneyland Paris Reveals New Slogan, “Where Magic Gets Real,” in New Television Commercial

The magical experiences of Disneyland Paris are on full display in a new television commercial which features the new slogan, “Where Magic Gets Real.”

The commercial, shown online without any dialogue, shows a girl as she walks facing the camera while the score to “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” plays. Behind her, scenes inspired by attractions at Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park unfold.

A pirate ship sails by, no doubt full of Pirates of the Caribbean, but soon…

Darth Vader appears, as TIE fighters fly out in a scene inspired by Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain…

…but then the stretching room from Phantom Manor appears behind her, as the ethereal Melanie floats toward the camera…

…until she’s thrown into terror of a different kind, as she enters the service elevator of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror – A New Dimension of Chills…

…but hero duty calls, as our protagonist swings into the future in the style of Spider-Man, alluding to the future ride at Walt Disney Studios Park’s Avengers Campus

…but she’s thrown back into the frontier days as Big Thunder Mountain Railroad rises behind her…

…and finally, Sleeping Beauty Castle appears in a kaleidoscope-like array.

All in all, it looks like there’s plenty of magic to be had all around Disneyland Paris! If you’d like to see the commercial in full, with even more magic to explore, check out the video below!

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Adam Handley
Adam Handley
1 year ago

Impressive, I especially liked the Phantom Manor part and the Big Thunder Mountain Part!
(Although I am wondering why the Phantom appears as a ghost)